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Thursday, November 2, 2023

THE PENGUIN has been delayed to Fall 2024 due to studios refusing to pay their actors fairly.

THE PENGUIN has been delayed to Fall 2024 due to studios refusing to pay their actors fairly.

As we said, when Sony delayed a bunch of its movies, we are getting COVID flashbacks to two and a half years ago, and studios praying that things will be better if we wait a couple of months. Unlike COVID, this is something that could be solved tomorrow if these studios paid people livable wages. As we predicted, Sony was the first domino, and here comes Warner Bros. Discovery and Legendary. Now we sit and wait to see who blinks next or if these studios finally put on their big boy pants and end this strike.

The saga continues as award-winning filmmaker Denis Villeneuve embarks on Dune: Part Two, the next chapter of Frank Herbert's celebrated novel Dune, with an expanded all-star international ensemble cast. The film, from Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures, is the highly anticipated follow-up to 2021's six-time Academy Award-winning Dune.

The big-screen epic continues the adaptation of Frank Herbert's acclaimed bestseller Dune with returning and new stars, including Oscar nominee Timothée Chalamet (Wonka, Call Me by Your Name), Zendaya (Spider-Man: No Way Home, Malcolm & Marie, Euphoria), Rebecca Ferguson (Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning), Oscar nominee Josh Brolin (Avengers: End Game, Milk), Oscar nominee Austin Butler (Elvis, Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood), Oscar nominee Florence Pugh (Black Widow, Little Women), Dave Bautista (the Guardians of the Galaxy films, Thor: Love and Thunder), Oscar winner Christopher Walken (The Deer Hunter, Hairspray), Stephen McKinley Henderson (Fences, Lady Bird), Léa Seydoux (the James Bond franchise and Crimes of the Future), with Stellan Skarsgård (the Mamma Mia! films, Avengers: Age of Ultron), with Oscar nominee Charlotte Rampling (45 Years, Assassin's Creed), and Oscar winner Javier Bardem (No Country for Old Men, Being the Ricardos).

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